As usual AMD before any generation of new generations makes occasional cuts to the products of their current generations and here is the case with the second generation RYZEN 7 processors.
AMD has reduced the price of the RYZEN 7 2700 processor to 225 US dollars instead of 300 dollars and the RYZEN 7 2700X processor to 295 US dollars instead of 330 dollars, which is average from AMD, but why be a user to take advantage of this opportunity and purchase?
First Specifications of the therapists:
RYZEN 7 2700: Comes with eight primary nuclei and 16 tracks with a core frequency of one core 3.2 GHz and up to 4.1 GHz in accelerated mode and comes with 4 MB of cache memory for the second level and 16 MB for the third level and supports random memory frequency (RAM) Up to 2933 MHz without breaking the factory speed of 64 GB of DDR4.
RYZEN 7 2700X: Comes with eight core nuclei and 16 tracks with a core frequency of 3.7 GHz and up to 4.3 GHz in accelerated mode. It comes with 4 MB of cache memory for the second level and 16 MB for the third level. It supports random memory frequency (RAM) Up to 2933 MHz without breaking the factory speed of 64 GB of DDR4.
- The processors contain eight core nuclei and 16 processing pathways
- The manufacturing precision is 12 nm, ie saving energy efficiency and temperature
- There is no rival from the blue intel team that offers a processor at the same price and has the same number of nuclei and threads together
- The AMD RYZEN 7 processors significantly outperform the second-generation applications and require a variety of multi-core applications and programs such as the I7-9700K and the comparison with the Core i9-9900K, which offers the same number of nuclei with the latest tracks at 510 US dollars, Price almost doubled
- The difference is not more than 5% between the RYZEN 7 processors second generation and processor in the same price category, which can be traversed by an effortless break speed of RYZEN 7